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  1. #31
    Nevada - 35 days - waiting on Utah

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  3. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    Did you have that hood on?
    don't have a pic of myself so I put up one of my targets.

  4. #33
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Location
    mississippi gulf coast
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    lets see. applied on dec. 10th. received on jan. 26th.

  5. MS says that it takes 120 days. I'm just a couple days shy of 4 weeks. Sure hope I don't have to wait another 12 weeks. Wait and see I guess.

  6. #35

    Georgia

    Mine came in 23 days, but that was AFTER Georgia Carry Org wrote to the probate judge, who issues licenses, and to the local sheriff. They told us prior to that time that you had to carry OPEN, and with the gun showing from three sides. They then told applicants that IF they carried concealed, they would be ARRESTED. In Georgia, both concealed and open carry are allowed. Anyone in Georgia should seriously consider joining Georgiacarry.org. They are very strong and effective at supporting the 2nd amendment in the interests of its members and the state constitution as written. Two thumbs up to GCO!

  7. I got all my stuff in at the Sheriff's office on a Thursday here in Oregon. To my great surprise, the following Wednesday there was a letter in my mailbox containing my new permit. I expected it to take 2-3 mos. Hooray for Oregon.

  8. #37
    2 months to the day.
    The Avatar is my Great-Great Grandaddy, CPL Samuel Francis Bondurant, Co. D, 4th Alabama, Law's Brigade, Benning's Division, 1st Corp, Army of Northern Virginia, shot through right thigh 2 JUL 1863.

  9. #38
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    Republic of Dead Cell Holler, Occupied Territories of AL, former USA
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    I signed up here a year or more ago, but I think this might be my first post. I am starting a new career as an over-the-road trucker and stopped by to look at the reciprocal states map and to get some general info on transporting across state lines. Got all the info I needed and started browsing when I ran across this thread. Every time I see a thread like this, or read about the hassles that take place in most other states regarding how many, if not most, Americans have to beg the government for the "privilege" of paying to exercise God-given, "unalienable" rights, I thank my lucky stars that I made my home in Alabama almost 20 years ago. We do have to pay to exercise our rights here too, but it is minimal ($15 bucks in my county, $10 in others and $20 in still others), but we aren't saddled with training requirements or having to wait to get our permits. I walk into my Sheriff's Office, say I need to renew my pistol permit, wait for a couple or three minutes while they do a warrant-check, pay my $15 bucks and walk out with my permit in my hand right then and there. If I recall correctly, the first one I got back in '90 or so, I did have to wait 3 days for a cursory background check to complete. I was new to the state though, and that was also in a different county, so I'm not sure that short waiting period was a state-mandated one or just a policy of the local Sheriff.

    Anyhow, I feel for y'all. I left CA to come here. A big part of why we left was the general contempt for adherence to the Constitution that CA lawmakers have displayed for several decades now. Not just about guns, but in general. That mindset has spread far and wide, and will probably infect Bama before it's all said and done too. But for now I am damned glad we landed here.

    Good luck to all of us for having a free country to leave to future generations. We're gonna need it over the next 4 or 8 years.

    Blues

    EDIT: HA! Well, they say memory is the first thing to go! Funny, I can't remember what the second thing is! Anyway, this obviously wasn't my first post here. Haven't been participating on any forums for quite awhile now. Glad to see this place is pretty active. Take care.
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    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

  10. #39

    Vir Quisque Vir

    Congrats on the NC! Too bad Tebow didn't have the opportunity to erase the blight of TWO losses to Auburn. (I was at the game two years ago in Auburn, and my ears are STILL ringing!)
    The Avatar is my Great-Great Grandaddy, CPL Samuel Francis Bondurant, Co. D, 4th Alabama, Law's Brigade, Benning's Division, 1st Corp, Army of Northern Virginia, shot through right thigh 2 JUL 1863.

  11. Here in Ohio I turned in my application on Friday at 4:00pm and then first thing monday morning I had my license in hand.

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